Enlightened Sleep: The Power of Yoga Nidra to Restore

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Rod Stryker

Yogarupa Rod Stryker is a world-renowned yoga and meditation teacher, guiding and sharing his wisdom for 40 years. He is the founder of ParaYoga®, and the author of The Four Desires: Creating a Life of Purpose, H...
Yoga Nidra is the sublime science of enlightened sleep, rooted in a vast body of knowledge and ancient tradition. On the most basic level, Yoga Nidra is a comprehensive method for maximizing health and well being. On a deeper level, it is a profoundly spiritual practice, and somewhere in between, it is one of the most profound and accessible ways to positively reshape the unconscious. 

In this 45-minute talk, you will learn:


  • All about the practice of Yoga Nidra: including what it is and how it works
  • How Yoga Nidra can help clients facing illness and hardship find freedom and lasting peace 
  • Both practical and spiritual applications of Yoga Nidra 
  • Ways to introduce this powerful practice into your life and work

This talk includes a ParaYoga Nidra® practice led by Yogarupa Rod Stryker.
 
Your Presenter:

Yogarupa Rod Stryker is a world-renowned yoga and meditation teacher, guiding and sharing his wisdom for 40 years. He is the founder of ParaYoga®, and the author of The Four Desires: Creating a Life of Purpose, Happiness, Prosperity, and Freedom. He is the creator of one of the most comprehensive online yoga trainings in the world and most recently, the app Sanctuary, a premier destination for all levels of those wanting to experience the life-changing practices of meditation and yoga nidra, also known as Enlightened Sleep. Rod has dedicated his life to improving lives through his lectures, writing, practice, teaching, leadership, service and family life.


A Note on Seva (Service):
 

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